Today I present to you my “Dinner Party at the Featherington’s” inspired floral arch décor, perfectly blooming for this season’s intimate dinner parties. The lush blooms and plush foliage combine to create a high impact tablescape, sure to impress your most discerning guests.
The inspiration? Why the Featherington’s of course! While their normal color palette is not always the most captivating shades on the ladies all the time, the flower and color choices are still a beautiful combination. As this project was still forming, I knew I wanted to channel the colors that the Featherington family often donned, but I found myself especially drawn to the dresses that Penelope Featherington wore through season 1 of Bridgerton. She had some of the brightest and boldest colors in the whole first season of Bridgerton, and that’s saying something considering how impressive the costumes have been.
Two more exciting videos are coming out!
The next one is the continuation of this project, focusing more on the table décor in a more formal setting. Yet still very possible to do at home! I’ll be walking you through how I came up with my table décor and settings that merge current day accessible items, with inspiration from the Bridgerton and Regency era.
The following video will be the TLDR version of this arch décor, so if you don’t need the details and tips, and just want to see how it comes together at a glance, that video will be for you.
With everyone spending so much time at home, myself included, I wanted to make something that anyone can make, so you can continue to have big celebrations and life moments in the comfort and safety of your own home, but still celebrate in style (even over the top style!) in your own home.
This table arch could also be one sided and used for a fabulous backdrop for photos if you used a tapestry like the one I have, OR it could also work as a gorgeous frame for a dessert buffet. I would love to see a tiered cake on a table, centered on a beautiful buffet spread. If you want to see more of my Bridgerton inspired projects, check out this playlist to see projects like my wisteria reading nook: